Amy Wachtel Delman has been involved in public relations, marketing, and branding for over two decades. Her expertise lies in using media exposure to raise awareness and increase revenues in companies where she has worked in-house or as a consultant. She has been mentioned in Inc. magazine and the National Journal of Public Relations.
Congrats to CBRG, on speaking with US News & World Reports’ on the issue of college funding and divorce.
Funding for college is a stressful task as it is, but it can be even more stressful when the parents of the student are either going through a divorce or are already divorced. Steven Sirot and David Slater, Co-founders, CBRG, were recently quoted by US News and World Report.
The article, “3 Important College Funding Questions to Answer During a Divorce,” discussed many important areas to consider about college funding both during a divorce and after. Parents need to discuss who will take ownership of the accounts and what the tax implications will be.
According to Steven Sirot, Co-founder, CBRG, some colleges want more than just FAFSA when determining financial eligibility. “Over one-third of all colleges ask for additional financial aid forms, which do include the noncustodial parent’s financial information.”